Sector Boards are the entry point of contact between KEPSA and the Government on Policy advocacy work. Currently, there are 16 sector boards which mirror the government ministries. Sector boards are in charge of driving sectoral advocacy agenda of KEPSA as documented in the National Business Agenda, KEPSA’s advocacy tool. The NBA focuses on strategic and cross cutting issues affecting businesses in the country. KEPSA members channel issues of concern to their businesses through the sector boards, which harmonize the issues and prepare position on the specific issue related to their sector, which then becomes the KEPSA position. Sector boards members are authority on their sector.The sectors are chaired by a key leader with expertise within the sector nominated by members of the board, who then co-chairs fora with the counterpart on the side of the Government. Members are allowed to join more than one sector for as long as they remain in active participation.



1Agriculture, Livestock and FisheriesMr. Christopher WilsonBiogas Power Holdings E.A. Ltd
2Devolution & Planning Ms. Gloria NdekeiTuwaa Women Institute
3East African Community and AffairsMr. George OwourProcter and Gamble Service
4Education - BasicMs. Mutheu KasangaKenya Private School Association
Education - TertiaryProf. Mabel ImbugaJomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology
5Energy & ExtractivesEng. James N. MwangiAssociation of Consulting Engineers of Kenya
6Environment, Water & Natural ResourcesMr. Duncan KimaniCoca Cola Beverages Africa Nairobi Bottlers
7Health Sector BoardDr. Amit ThakkerKenya Healthcare Federation
8Industrialization and Enterprise DeveloomentMrs. Phyllis WakiagaKenya Association of Manufacturers
9ICTMr. Mike MachariaSevenSeas Technologies Group
10Land & Physical PlanningMr. V Gikonyo GitongaKenya Property Developers Association
11Public FinanceDr. Habil OlakaKenya Bankers Association
12SecurityMr. Silvanus SeweFederation of Kenya Employers
13Sports, Culture & ArtsMr. Herbert MwachiroEnvironment Institute of Kenya
14Gender & YouthMs. Eva MurayaKenya Association of Women Business Owners
15Transport and InfrastructureMr. Auni BhaijiBollore Africa Logistics (K) Limited


1Agriculture, Livestock and FisheriesMrs. Jane NgigeKenya Flower Council
2Devolution & PlanningMr. Hillary OnamiInstitute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya
3East African Community and TradeMs. Sophie OnyangoKenya Association of Women in Tourism
4Environment, Water and Natural ResourcesMs. Linda RutoEnvironment Institute of Kenya
5Education (Tertiary)Dr. Vincent GaithoNational Association of Private Universities in Kenya
6Education (Basic)Ms. Wairimu NjageKenya Association of Independent International Schools
7Energy & ExtractivesMr. Bernard OsawaFrontier Investment Management Africa Limited
8HealthDr. Elizabeth Wala Kenya Healthcare Federation
9Land & Physical PlanningMr. Eric NyadimoOakar Services Limited
10ICTMr. Kris SenanuTelkom Kenya Limited
11Industrialization and Enterprise DevelopmentMr. Dave GovenderDow Chemicals East Africa Limited
12Industrialization and Enterprise DevelopmentMs. Njoki MwihiaHuman Capital Synergies Africa (HCS) Limited
13Public FinanceCS. Tom OmaribaInstitute of Certified Public Secretaries of Kenya
14Transport and InfrastructureMr. Martin DiasFinancial and Property Consultants Limited
15Transport and InfrastructureMr. Powell MaimbaGalana Oil Kenya Ltd
16Sports, Culture & ArtsMs. Carol WaruiAssociation of Practitioners in Advertising
17Gender & YouthMs. Jane KagiriKenya Association of Women Business Owners
18SecurityMs. Judy WambuguKenya Association of Women Business Owners